Provided under GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION, (coming into force on 25thMay 2018 and the current UK law on data protection in force from time to time.)
As part of the work of Highlands & Islands Youth for Christ, we need to process personal data. We undertake to gather and process this data on the lawful basis of consent and under condition 9(2)d of GDPR, which we process in the course of legitimate activities with appropriate safeguards as a charity organisation.
Whose information do we hold and why?
We process information in relation to supporters, and those having regular contact, in connection with the pursuit of our purposes as an organistation. Your name and details will be held on Microsoft Office 365 which provides a secure cloud-based storage system. This information is accessed by the Project Development Worker, Black Isle Youth Worker, Chairperson, Treasurer and other Trustees connected to the day to day running of the organisation. Your details will no longer be kept by us if you request this and/or if you cease to be a supporter – unless you ask to remain on our list as one of our organisation friends. This Personal data is not disclosed outside the organisation without your consent as the data subjects.
How long will we keep this information & your rights concerning it?
We will keep your data for the period of your involvement with the organisation. It may also be archived as part of our historical record of those who have supported our charity organisation. You have the right to request access to your personal data held by us, to change and update those details. You can also withdraw consent for us to hold your data at any time and we will immediately take action to delete/ destroy it.
Note: Your providing this data is not part of a statutory requirement or obligation.
The Data Controller is:
Highlands & Islands Youth for Christ: c/o 17 Dulsie Drive, Nairn, IV12 4TH
The Data Protection Contact Point is:
Miss Linda Buchan – Project Development Worker
Mobile: 07572 702391
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (the Supervisory Authority for Data Protection) on 0303 123 1113.